Spanning from Guru Nanak’s founding of Sikhism in the late fifteenth century to Guru Gobind Singh’s formation of the Khalsa in the early 1700s, ten living Sikh served as teachers on Earth, guiding followers in drawing nearer to God. Contributions made by the shaped the modern Sikh religion and resulted in progressive, long-lasting impacts on society as a whole. The final, eternal Sikh Guru is the Guru Granth Sahib. The wisdom and teachings of all can be accessed by anyone at any time in this Sikh holy book. Prof. Kashmira Singh talks to Harjinder Thind about Gurus’ contribution in shaping the Indian society.